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and down the jersey shore with the jersey governor chris christie. republic and democrat working together. we'll have more on that in a minute. as you know this storm affected tens of millions of people up and down the east coast, as far as inland as chicago. the hardest hit states by far, new jersey and then new york. this is new video of an nypd helicopter crew rescuing stranded people off the roof of a house in staten island. the home surrounded by some pretty deep water. and, remember these pictures of the firestorm. breezy point section of queens. they are really stunning. it burned out of control for hours on the night of the storm. we'll take a look at these new and staggering aerials of the aftermath. about 100 homes in the middle class community burned to the ground. witnesses say it looks like a world war ii bomb attack aftermath. today, new york's governor and drew cuomo says the state is doing everything it can to help. >> i can assure you everyone is doing everything they can. they are all working very, very hard. but these are significant challenges that we're facing. and pr
the president of the united states was touring the garden state with no less than chris christie, a lot of political mechanician is read into that one. as a new jersey resident, you take it wherever you can. earlier today, if you are chris christie looking for financial health, gorman and his job was offering id you ticket and run with it. today the two men during damaged areas. so many of the places that made new jersey one of the cost is clean of states in the country. now, back to florida and this race and how things stand. i want to bring you up-to-date on the latest poll. these are some shockers. we have always told you. my body with and we will be hearing shortly, it is as tight as a tape. is pretty much confirms it. 46-46. that is called a tie. now take a look at the approval and disapproval this is getting on the president and how he's doing on the economy. 45 percent are approving of the job is doing. 52 percent are not. i should say that approval rating has edged up. this could be, perhaps, the more distressing news for at least mitt romney. he still leads among independent vo
: president obama said it for the floor before the election. chris christie be just the ticket to boost president obama in the polls, we will ask lou dobbs. ashley: let's get to nicole petallides on the floor of the nyse. she is back in action. nicole: we are back in action. the boards of the nyse open and most folks made it here in some form. a smooth opening, some down arrows across the board for the most part but after two days of no trading we are back in action. most of the dow components have down arrows and focus duncan neiderauer, the ceo of the stock exchange, i asked him if they could open monday or tuesday and fear is what he had to say. >> we certainly could have operated electronically. what the industry told us sunday was please don't open electronically because we have to put a lot of our people in harm's way so let's not do that. i wish the industry and we came to decision sunday, we all made the right decision. it would have been irresponsible and dangerous to be open monday and tuesday. nicole: we will follow opening the reopening of the stock exchange. that headline o
and unthinkable. that's what the new jersey governor chris christie is calling the damage from the super storm sandy that slammed his state. and just look along the jersey shore. or what was. tonight, officials are blaming the storm for more than three dozen deaths across the country. and more than 8 million customers, not people, 8 million customers have no power. most of them in new york and new jersey. look at this map here. the damage from the monster storm extends as far as west as michigan. the blue areas are the flooding. the red is wind damage and the white, that's snow and lots of it. parts of west virginia have already gotten more than 2 feet of snow. the blizzard warnings are in effect in more than a dozen counties until tomorrow afternoon. new jersey, of course, took the direct hit from sandy just south of atlantic city. officials say the casinos are okay but the storm washed away part of the board walk there. and in other towns along the jersey shore. farther north just outside new york city emergency workers are using boats to rescue hundreds upon hundreds of people from homes th
of the areas hardest hit by sandy. he was accompanied by new jersey governor chris christie. here they are in a photo just released by the white house within the past hour on marine one. the president said he will help. >> we are here for you and we will not forget, we will follow up to make sure that you get all the help that you need until you've rebuilt. >> the iconic boardwalk and seaside heights, new jersey, is just one of the places the president saw today. it's a landmark made famous by bruce springsteen, mtv and "the sopranos." this is before and after, to give you a sense of what's happened. it's not even all there. you can see the rides including the roller coaster have been washed away sitting in the ocean. michael holmes is just across the bay in toms river, new jersey. you were in seaside heights, you toured it, what did you see? >> reporter: we went right up and down a number of towns there, ocean beach, normandy, and we spent a couple of hours there with the local police chief and i can tell you, it was absolutely extraordinary, the amount of damage that was done by
this appearance tomorrow with governor chris christie. i'm sure not governor's intention to praise the president to point that many say he hurt the republican nominee mitt romney. but governor kristy looking out for -- chris christie said he is looking out for the folks in his state. commending speediness of support for new jersey. you have that image of them, touring a lot of the areas, atlantic city, maybe, some of the really hard hit areas, that will be an indelible image. >> there is nothing you can do about it, governor chris christie has done the right thing, and barack obama is president, you do not' to overdue the praise. but, i mean, you are right, a photo of barack obama with governor chris christie goes a long way. he is liked by a lot of independents in the united states i think that, i don't believe that storm will make people decide. one way or the another whether they are for obama or romney, it gets back to the economy. and you know what would hurt, president obama, is if stock market tanked -- there is that. neil: i wish we had more time, rolling stone article, getting talk that
, take a look at this, christi. this is the most recent poll we did about a week ago. you can't get much closer among likely voters. mitt romney with a one-point edge, but that's all tied up in the sampling error. this is the first of three stops today for mitt romney across the state. he'll be campaigning with marco rubio, the popular freshman senator here in florida. we had this up on our website cnn.com. you can see how much attention florida is getting. both the candidates made well over 20 trips each here to the sunshine state since the start of the general election back in april. you can see both campaigns pouring in tens of millions of dollars to run ads in this state. 20 electoral votes up for grabs in florida. that's why both campaigns are spending a lot of attention on florida, christi. >> my home state of ohio, another critical swing state. what's it look like? >> reporter: oh, yeah. you think florida's getting a lot of attention? ohio's getting just as much, if not more. only 18 electoral votes in your home state, but you know what, here are the latest numbers. here is our br
to the garden state to meet with governor chris christie and victims of the storm. that is where the storm made landfall. the president canceled a third day of campaigning to focus on coordinating the storm responds. traffic returned to the streets of manhattan as presidents returned to work in the subway system remaining crippled. could be days before service is restored. some bus service has resumed its sunday schedule. in washington d.c. the metro returned to normal weekday schedule for the first week following sandy. that is your fox news minute. connell: thank you very much. breaking news on the restoration of power since the storm. at the peak after sandy there were 8.2 million customers in different states had no power. the new number, 6.2 million without power. we're making progress slowly but surely. two million customers got their power back and bring the whole thing down state-by-state but just to give you an idea in new york there are 164,000 customers who had their power restored since the storm hit. new jersey where have the state doesn't have power 575,000 customers have had powe
bedfellows, president obama and governor chris christie now united in crisis. they have been working closely to clean up new jersey after superstorm sandy left parts of the state in ruins, but christie's been far from friendly with the president in the past, acting as one of mitt romney's most outspoken attack dogs, slamming the president's leadership in stump speeches and campaign rallies all year. listen to christie just two weeks ago. >> he never ran anything in his life so the president doesn't know how to lead. we watch what he's been like for the past four years. he's like a man wandering around a dark room, hand up against the wall, clutching for the light switch of leadership, and he just can't find it, and he won't find it in the next 18 days! >> apparently governor christie thinks the governor has found it. cnn contributors errol lewis and eric join us. i want to read a tweet you posted not too long ago. it's so cute that obama is trying to look like he's in charge with the hurricane. someone should ask the libyan consulate for a comment. do you still stand by this, and what do you
the casino town into a raging river. governor chris christie calling the damage simply unthinkable. even before it made landfall the storm did not spare states further south. residents of maryland, delaware, washington d.c., in northern virginia among the millions of people up te coast all the way to maine without power. the superstore slamming into new york city, flooding in some ways and tunnels with record -- a record surge of seawater that breached the city's downtown electrical system, including that supporting wall street. the new york stock exchange and the markets closed for a second straight day with much of the city still paralyzed at this moment. the eastern seaboard literally littered with homes watched from their foundations, streets filled to the rooftops with cars filled with water. in one case, a blazing inferno in queens, new york, a blaze that destroyed more than 80 homes in one ommunity. fema officials say, sandy is not anywhere near being over either end as of right now this storm is moving inland, and dumping more than foot of snow in west virginia, tod at 3 feet pre
president obama holds off until tomorrow. he is meeting with the jersey governor chris christie to tour the damage such in the wake of the storm. the columnist of the national -- national review and executive director of public knows. i'm going to start with you. i watched the press conference with chris christie and the president. let me tell you, is chris christie the governor who was supporting mitt romney or not? , a little confused. >> well, remember that he is running for reelection in 2013 in new jersey, which has not voted for republican for president in over 20 years. so it's good politics for him, and, frankly, so far he is very pleased with of the federal government has been responding to his requests for aid and assistance. 62 percent of new jersey, i lived in new jery, is without power. that is a lot of angry potential voters if he does not get something done. so i think he is putting policy and his own politics temporarily ahead of mitt romney's. gerri: fascinating to watch, and i could not help but think maybe romney will have some kind of response down the line to govern
critics, new jersey governor chris christie. theyut aside their politics for the day, president returned braise that governor offered him yesterday. >> and top of my list, i have to say, that governor christie throughout this process has been responsive, he has been aggressive. in making sure that the state got out in front of this incredible storm. and i think that the people of new jersey recognize that he is put his heart and soul into making sure that the people of new jersey bounce back, stronger than before. lou: latest on aftermath of hurricane sandy. we'll have latest for you, development in the ben been benghazi cover up on, and new york stock exchange, making a mark after a two day closure. we have it all, former reagan advisadd or -- advertiser, and d rumsfeld will join me with his view on the president's so-called narrative. that is a work of fiction. and a-team, robert zimmerman, and hank shine coff. and taranto. and one of largest organization providing dits 8 offer relief to victims of hurricane sandy and superstorm that followed, is american red cross, sending thousands o
tonight. we have joe trip the special assistant to george to the bush, rahm christi. fox news unovers the smoking gun with the benghazi cover up. does it lead to the oval office? we have to be miller and dr. walid phares. and the subjects you may have noticed. but joining us now be have former special assistant to george w. bush, christie and joe, a race is separated one-tenth of 1%. >> is a dead heat national the list fascinating is we talk about the ground game since april and it may decide this more importantly one candidate the but the win all of them or none of them are split equally and be up for several days to figure out. lou: to whom is you give momentum? or are they add tae? >> good evening. if i give an indicator to momentum as governor romney. listen to the stump speech not only today but he is very optimistic and upbeat have the will turn things around obama has been strident and very dismiss if talking about what romney is all about. would get the key undecided voters they will swing in the governor's direction. will know what bob has done the he ds not talk about his vi
can remember this was the last energy crisis. wouldn't you know that governor chris christie, he is a little younger, he wants to go and he is announcing the rationing of gasoline. and they might say, what is the big deal. look at these lines. well, these arvery long lines, just to get gasoline. the problem is they're out because they have no power and there is no way to access the gas. they might cut down by on an even distribution of this and for those of you, well, let's say, is new to you. for those of you that are in within a century, this is akin to a we did in the back luncheon last energy crisis. on and the crisis before that in 1973. that is why this is such a big deal. that is why this is so bad. that is why this is not some fleeting event. they are already making arrangements like this in one of the most population heavy states. new york will probably consider to do the same in short order. all of these utilities are down. power is coming back at a glacial pace. james o'neill says providing the help and the resources to get these utilities back online. is that correct?
, and it has been what has been so exasperated for governor chris christie who had been warning people along these areas, even those so-called west of the so-called safe side of the east side, the bay area, just go ahead and move much further and land and get back out. many did not. they felt that they were not directly on the ocean and would not be affected. obviously, like a rising tub of water it again, the water base rises whether you're on the bayside, the oceanside, or in between, you are flooded. that is the situation right now in the garden state which is more like a swamp state. ken feinberg to sort of did a gauge of the financial impact of all of this. the mesquite's messier, wind year, louder, we are on edge. because it is all about you. ♪ 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based onhis chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not looking for the fastest answer. viously verizon. okay, i have a different chart. going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more than the other ones. so what if we just changed the format alto
is the first responder but when we have a major crisis governor crist christie called fema to say here is what we need. a move behind the local government. they are the responders of first resort. as you have seen this week some things warrant a big response. fema has stepped in this week in particular people who disagree say the president and fema are doing a great job. john: that is logical but steven horowitz said the private sector helps more people. >> it does. look at wal-mart, loathsome improvement, marriott comment the aftermath of hurricane katrina major forces for good to get resources to people. john: fema but is that the most important part? >> we know fema was an absolute disaster. they did not get into new orleans almost one record 10 days. they gave people traders that toxic. and a block to the help coming. john: 295 wal-mart's hit by hurricane sandy there were open within 24 hours. impressive. >> wal-mart is the practice because they are really good at moving resources. they do that every day. they get resources into place and get them up running again. >> i agree. i a read his
to report as well. no doubt about that. this evening, new jersey governor chris christie lifted evacuation orders in cape may and atlantic counties on the southern tip of the state. that's progress. as you'll see growing danger farther up the coast from broken gas lines. it has been that kind of day. danger, heart break, victory and setbacks everywhere sandy hit. the sound of progress. limited service once again. the power went out and the water came in. aboveground, more buses but still too many riders. >> it is amazing to see the faces of people get off the subways. they're thinking things are going fine and then they see this. this is just a mess. >> a mess that many simply choose to walk away from. tens of thousands walking mile to work over the city's bridges. all around the area, driving meant waiting to gas up. with tanks running empty and patience running low. >> this is the line. i follow the line. >> it is not just gas running low. >> we are over the next few days going to have to work out some procedures to make sure people can get food. >> as many as a million new yorkers may n
: one. things that governor christie was saying in the press conference, he's out in a helicopter and he can't land anywhere. when is it possible, we need rescue crews. >> like i said, you're not going to recognize the jersey shore from atlantic city northward and i went out with that on friday and i still-- all i'm saying is look, the storm angle, where it hit, the amount of the large amount of 75 to 95 mile per hour winds rather than focused fury like charlie and andrew, contributed to this, piled it back in and takes a while for the water to go out. the reason why i said it's still a problem today because that water, that wind instead of turning to the west and blowing it back out again like in delaware bay, believe it or not, the tide started dropping. you see how rehoboth beach is, they didn't have a bigger problem-- >> we'll talk to you more throughout the afternoon. thank you very much. >> my pleasure. cheryl: 15,000 flights grounded by the storms and airports are closed, they've got flooded runway. and disaster modeling fr, he's coming up next, and let's take a look at one of the
is getting good marks and governor chris christie, keeps bragging what a great job doing that. it can't hurt the president with that happening. maybe he gains a point on approval but it's way to early to know. in key places like ohio, i'm not sure it's going to have an effect. >> greta: and in terms of support to the state, those people are hurting and that is his job. >> he has his race of his own a year from now. new jersey happens in the odd year. corey booker the mayor of new york. >> now that he is chummy with the governor? >> i think politics -- i mean everything is political. i think you have a right, chris christie is doing what is the right for the state of new jersey. so is the president. but in the background of all that there are some ramifications. i'm not sure conservatives in this race are very happy with him right now. they may not forget it in the general election in new jersey. a year from now, there is going to be political ramifications. i'm not sure he is worried about that. >> is it possible for either candidate, president obama or governor romney to win right now witho
. >> greta: of course, governor christie is grateful for any assistance from president obama to help his citizens of new jersey. that's his job. some have said, he has been effusive and gone overboard in support of president obama and he was the keynote speaker and critical of president obama on the campaign trail. any thoughts on that. >> i am from florida. we have had so many storms. i remember in a 16-month period, we had 8 named storm it's hurricanes come through our state. we have been on the other end of that. tell consume the state government, i think that's what governor christie has been focused on. i am not sure if it's a good time to do a political analysis. all i can tell you, as a floridian on the receiving end of in of these storms, our heart goes out to these folks because long after the cacameras have moved on, they are continuing to reblgd their lives. it's a long, costly, painful process that disrupts lives and some folks can never rebuild because of the storm. we wish the best for them and hopefully, you know, we doll all we can to be helpful. >> greta: how many points
state all over again. new jersey governor chris christie ordering odd-even gas rationing, to help ease incredibly long lines at the pump and license plates ending in odd numbers fill up on odd days and even numbers on even days, the changes go into effect less than two hours from now in 12 new jersey counties. and, governor mitt romney wrapping up an event in battle ground state of new jersey, louisiana governor bobby jindal traveling with him, and we'll talk to the governor in a few moments, and, staten island and the storm after the storm. those escaping death now, pleading with city officials for food, water and any help they can get. anna is on is right now. >> reporter: good morning to you, neil, you mentioned over 169 dead at here on staten island, at least, and, as police are saying those numbers could be going up as they continue to uncover debris and potentially find more bodies. we're 300 yards from the ocean. from the water and there is pretty much not a home in the neighborhood that has not been completely destroyed by hurricane sandy. and, residents, they are hoping for fo
. chris christie would like to keep everybody in new jersey. we are just there in case he can't do that. melissa: you at 1.2 million people without power in your state. andrew cuomo was critical of the power companies here and their response time. what would you say about folks in your state? >> power companies have been very responsive. we learn from the last year, a bad snowstorm last halloween, companies learn from that, they need to communicate more so with their clients and customers that have been doing that using the social network twitter and robotcalls. they continue to do that and let people know when they may get connected again. we urge people to understand with 1.2 million people out of service it will take awhile to get everybody completed and hopefully they understand that. ashley: transit systems have been brought to a standstill in new york and elsewhere. what about your state? philadelphia in particular? >> philadelphia is closed for today. amtrak is not moving any thing. the airport is starting to open to some airlines and in pennsylvania septic is the biggest system
surge just encompassed. >> they got everybody out of there. christie was threatening to beat them up personally in they didn't leave. they got everybody out. we didn't hear of any deaths in atlantic city. in fact, new york city had a lot more death than atlantic city. >> 18. >> you couldn't evacuate new york city. it's gotham. 8-millimeter -- 8 million people. they did get people out of low lying. here because of the dependence on mass transit and all of the people living so so close together that lower manhattan, here is christie touring jersey. let's segway into lower manhattan. the hudson river now comes across on to the island of manhattan, correct? >> yeah. the hudson river on one side and east river on the other side. both of those rivers came on shore in lower manhattan. manhattan didn't get the worst of the wind. there was a 62 mile-per-hour wind gust with not a lot of rain. and what happened was the storm surge came on to quickly that it caught so many people off guard. and it was the highest that has ever been recorded. the last time it was anywhere near that was back in 18
governor christie is serious and dispatched a lot of inspectors to make sure this doesn't happen. >> shepard: potential fines could be in the tens of thousands of dollars. if you have seen or heard governor christie in the past few days you probably know he is not bluffing. rescue workers found two more victims of the monster storm in new york city two brothers 2 and 4 years old. here are their parents after they got the news. police say the mother tried to hang on to those boys with her arms and hands when waves flooded their car on monday night. they slipped from her arms. and she has not seen them since. the storm left many places almost unrecognizable. a parking garage in lower manhattan before and after sandy. look at that a famous amusement park now sits half submerged. homes appear to have disappeared. not far from there another tiny town looks nothing like it did days ago. wind, rain, fire and storm surge left much of it in ruins. and the bridge to the narrow barrier island no longer connect. we'll have much more on the devastation throughout the region coming up live on
, featuring chris christie of new jersey on a bipartisan storm damage tour together from wednesday. but not everyone's a fan of the federal agencies that handle s disasters like these, including rand paul. he's "outfront" tonight. senator, good to see you and i want to talk about fema. they were on earlier. you know, i think by all accounts, what we've heard, some are frustrated, but they're trying hard to do a good job. at the beginning of the hurricane season this year, you tried to hold up a five-year extension of fema's program. it was tied to an amendment about personhood. why did you do it? >> well, what i have always maintained on our side is that fema should exist on money that comes in as revenue, but not on borrowed money, so really the fight wasn't about we should borrow money for fema or come from existing funds. we send billions of dollars overseas to aid other countries. i'm for keeping that money home and paying for fema with that rather than borrowing money. >> so, you don't have a problem with fema. we see people, they're in such desperate -- a lot of them are --
casinos open for the first time since the storm approached last thursday. chris christie gave the order this morning to allow some to open their doors. but it's not clear when all will be able to reopen. hurricane irene also forced them to close last year. here's another look at the wintry condition necessary west virginia. man, reportedly showing them buried with snow and downed trees. downed trees have done a lot of damage to homes across the state. much of this house in union county, new jersey, reduced to a pile of rubble. and this shot from a viewer in northern delaware, giving us an idea how strong the winds were there. strong enough to wrap debris from buildings around power poles. >> and the power outages and storm damage could make it a lot harder for people to get to the polls on election day. in virginia, the last day for in-person early voting is tomorrow in a state where thousands of customers still don't have electricity. the latest poll shows the race there could go down to the wire. and doug is in beesburg by washington d.c. >> it shows gov. romney by the slimmest are ma
. there's nobody helping. they don't feel like anybody is being proactive. unlike governor christie, they don't feel there's anybody speaking up for them and that's the rackaways and those people too. >> and people in any neighborhood too, where is the power company, how come the governor isn't here, cuomo, and all of that. now gutfeld is the exact opposite. you don't have any problem, right? >> well, authorities were trying to convince me to stay. >> that's weird. >> , i don't but -- >> just let me explain why for a minute. because if the water rises, you drown first. >> you are an awful human being. you would cradle me in your arms and rescue me. >> over my arms. right over the shoulder. >> it would be a beautiful picture. i suffered nothing but guilt because nothing happened to me. >> you are in an apartment in new york city, right? >> yeah. all i did was sit in a room in the dark and drink wine and write poetry about you. but, no, i had no problems. >> you didn't lose power? >> didn't lose power. >> and if you were below a certain area in lower manhattan, they didn't have powers
, with sandy, with christie and romney having that and greenberg's -- blumbes endorsements, slightly diminishing what happened. at the end of the day the economy is moving slowly in the right direction. the question will be on tuesday, quickly enough? >> you have had the unemployment rate actually go up. and in the black community you e still in double digits. the latino community is still in double digits. >> so upset they're giving him 0% of the vote. you know the -- lou: are you mocking the black community. >> absolutely not. ethier doing the right thing. lou: doing the right thing. >> the policies that brought us into this mess. lou: we will find out if it is the right thing. we will be back with the "a-team." black women actually watched their unemployment rate rise by three points in this president. why is that the right thing? the first answer that question. we will come right back. [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pret
and move the opponents to, you know, reward him with their connratulations, whether it is christie or others is a very valuable story, especially very close to the election today. you remember george bush when he stood with a megaphone at 9/11, create ad tremendous amount of support in that story. that imagery is very, very powerful. it makes him authentic and is effective. david: talk about obama's picking on mitt romney particularly with the bain capital stuff. this buy, bain capital is bad organization and guy who started it is bad too. how did that story turn out? >> you know i think it is authentic from obama saying it from that standpoint. i don't think it is particularly effective. it does not move many people across the meter. one of the things the story has to shine through. if the storyteller isn't authentic whatever he or she is saying isn't memorable, isn't actionable. i think that story has worn thin. david: finally the idea obama is sort of real historic game-changer, he can walk on water. he got the nobel peace prize before he did anything for example, has that story
state and new jersey one of the state's biggest businesses opening its doors, governor chris christie issued an order today we opening atlantic city's 12 casinos. another day of lining up for hours at gas station struggling to stay supplied. estimated 60% of stations in new jersey are shot 60%, 70% on long island. more on that still to come, but first, staten island across new york harbor from lower manhattans home to half a million people. many blue-collar workers whose families have lived there for generations and many who say they have been forgotten including my next guest, representing the borough of staten island. always good to see you. what kind of recovery, rescue operations are you seeing. are you happier today than you we last night? >> we absolutely are. the outpouring of contributions from all over the country and from neighbors wh clothes and food have been incredible and wanwant to say we thank you very much for all of the volunteers who have been contributing by just left secretary napolitano. the red cross, they are in full gear now. fema on the ground, things are sta
is appearing with governor chris christie who is one much his harshest critics and getting praise from him. that could only translate into good thinks for the president. melissa: brad, is this too little too late. >> too little too state. storm's devastation in very blue states like new jersey and new york which would go to obama anyway. the key battleground states decide the election, good news they weren't as devastated as blue states were. so the fact of the matter i don't think the storm will have much effect on the election. melissa: we'll leave it there. chris, see you later on in the show. we'll have fun with spare change. so don't go far. >>> here is our question of the day, will the government's response to the storm have an effect on your vote next week? i want to hear your. melissafrancisfox or on twitter at melissaafrancis. >>> coming up on "money", relief aid is pouring into the east coast but the u.s. is getting an offer from very unlikely source, iran. is it smoke and mirrors? we'll find out. we'll call them to see if it is real. >>> strong economic data today gives hope for
with governor christie and didn't meet with mayor bloomberg and mayor bloomberg endorsed him. neil: you had to reach out to the other side, 9/11 you are working with the democratic senator at the time, you have to, bottom line. some felt he went overboard. you don't buy that? >> i don't think so. these are enormously difficult things to manage them matter how good of a job you do there's always something you didn't think of, something that is going to go wrong. i think the ones i would be most familiar with in our area did a great job. neil: you know what is tasty is when the people are without power. he dealt with something more dramatic. people waiting for loved ones. there is a limit, what is that limit? >> i will tell you the issue that should be raised. we don't have the energy infrastructure we should have. i knew that as the mayor of new york city for eight years, eight years every summer hot day we would have a blackout, i built 10 generators in new york city to address that if i tried to build a big generator the environment list would have stopped it. we don't put in modern genera
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